60 industrial value

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60 industrial value

Postby Earthmaster1 » Thu Oct 10, 2002 8:30 pm

I'm looking at buying an 1947 oliver 60 industial, with ware loader, trip style, supposed to run good, missing grill, not shure about side pannels, rest of tin is suppossed to be decent, decent tires, some dry cracks, has pto and no 3pt. what is an approx value, i don't want to pay to much. i dont think i want to sell it but i always like to figure if i ever do at least i can break even. well not counting my time.

thanks in advance

Scott
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60 Ind

Postby Frank Dodson » Fri Oct 11, 2002 8:20 pm

The value really depends on the condition of the tractor. The 60 Industrial can bring in excess of $3500 if it is in excellent condition. The decription that you gave sounds as if the value would fall in the $1000-1600 range. Add $200 for the loader. If the motor is bad the tractor may be worth $650.:)
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